Posted at 22:48 on 04 September, 2013 UTC
A New Zealand opposition MP Winston Peters has claimed a New Zealand security agency has spied on New Zealand based Fiji democracy activists and the Fiji regime knew about it.
Mr Peters has raised questions in parliament about a raid last year on the Auckland home of Rajesh Singh who is a former Fiji cabinet minister.
Mr Peters says the Security Intelligence Service breached the law during the raid.
He says the commander of the Fijian Land Forces, Colonel Mosese Tikoitoga, texted Mr Singh as he was about to be raided by the SIS.
“This is a military dictatorship that this government is cuckolding our country with. They leave no doubt that the Fiji dictatorship knew what was happening and the Fiji military had contacts in high places in New Zealand and I want to know how far was the SIS involved.”
New Zealand opposition MP Winston Peters
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